But I don’t like Bingo!

Making the move into a senior living community is a big decision. And it’s common to worry that you may feel isolated in your new surroundings – or bored by limited activities.

One of the things that makes Capital Manor different is that we’re resident-driven – and that means plenty of opportunities for you to do more than just occupy your time. You can find new relationships and a fresh purpose through our many groups, clubs and committees.

“At many communities staff and residents depend on outside volunteers,” says Resident Life Coordinator Linda Burks. “But at Capital Manor, we have wonderful opportunities for independent residents to give back by volunteering. And they do!”

Resident Committees are formally organized groups under our Resident Council. They impact all areas of resident life and include:

  • Evening Program Committee
  • Education Committee
  • Gardens Committee
  • Marketing Committee
  • Vespers Committee
  • Building and Grounds Committee
  • Library Committee
  • Art Gallery Committee
  • Thrift Shop Committee

In addition to resident committees, there are dozens of groups and clubs to get involved in. And you can start your own! As for activities, here’s a taste of what you can do at Capital Manor.